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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Saturday | February 28, 2004

Advantage Jamaica
THE FOUR-day semi-final match of the Carib Beer International Challenge Trophy contest between Jamaica and the Windward Islands at Alpart enters its third and penultimate day today with the home team, thanks to three quick wickets by Nehemiah Perry and...

Santos aiming to cement lead
SANTOS WILL commence their bid to take the lead in the KSAFA/JNBS Super League when they go head-to-head with seventh-placed Rockfort today at Rockfort. Rockfort, at home, will be playing for pride with a place in the top four already out of their...


Campbell, Hinds spearhead Barbados semi-final fight-back
Barbados, CMC: SHERWIN CAMPBELL and Ryan Hinds staged a recovery to bring repeat Carib Beer Cup champions Barbados back into their semi-final of the Carib Beer 2004 Cricket Series against Guyana at Kensington Oval yesterday.


Adrian Coote's heroics ignites West Cumberland Flames
ADRIAN COOTE'S game-high 33 points on Thursday against Runnin' Rebels not only helped his team, West Cumberland Flames, to end a three-game losing streak but earned him the Cable & Wireless Mobile Player of the Week for February 21-27 in the...


Crimson Magic hard to beat in feature
CRIMSON MAGIC has skipped two classes for a shot at this afternoon's Altamont V. Armond Memorial Cup and will be a tough nut to crack at 2000 metres among $260,000 claimers.


Lawson in Ja squad to face England
KINGSTON, (AP): CRICKET OFFICIALS yesterday named a 15-man squad to play against England next week in the visitors' first match on their two-month Caribbean tour.


Rain puts damper on games
RAIN INTERRUPTED play yesterday in most of the ISSA/KFC Schoolboy Basketball games scheduled but a few big winners emerged from those that were played.














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